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Jill Weinberg, Gerda Weisman Klein, and Kurt Klein, Chicago, October 23, 2000

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Jill Weinberg with holocaust survivor Gerda Weisman Klein and Kurt Klein at Chicago Book and Author Event, October 23, 2000.
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Jill Weinberg with holocaust survivor Gerda Weisman Klein and Kurt Klein at Chicago Book and Author Event, October 23, 2000.

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SHALVA Founders

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SHALVA founders (from left to right): Devora Stern, Chani Friedman, Fayge Siegal, Tamar Friedman, Shoshie Kahn, and Hadassah Goodman.

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SHALVA founders (from left to right): Devora Stern, Chani Friedman, Fayge Siegal, Tamar Friedman, Shoshie Kahn, and Hadassah Goodman.

Janet Yassen, January 15, 2003

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Janet Yassen, January 15, 2003.
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Janet Yassen, January 15, 2003.

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Denise Schorr

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Activist, chef, educator, and social worker, Denise Schorr (1918 – 2010).

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Activist, chef, educator, and social worker, Denise Schorr (1918 – 2010).

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Sally Mack, 2000

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Activist Sally Mack, August 2000.

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Activist Sally Mack, August 2000.

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Rebecca Yenawine, 2002

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Rebecca Yenawine outside the offices of Kids on the Hill, July 2002.

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Rebecca Yenawine outside the offices of Kids on the Hill, July 2002.

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Marcia Cohn Spiegel

Marcia Cohn Spiegel was born in Chicago on October 16, 1927, and earned a B.A. in psychology from Rockford College in 1949. She was an active volunteer in her suburban community and synagogue until two simultaneous awakenings changed the course of her life: she discovered how few women were included in Jewish texts and anthologies, and at the same time she was forced to acknowledge that her husband was an alcoholic.

Reva Ketzlach Twersky

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Reva Ketzlach Twersky with book.
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Reva Ketzlach Twersky

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Reva Ketzlach Twersky holding an old photograph.
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Reva Ketzlach Twersky holding an old photograph.
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Clementine L. Kaufman

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Clementine L. Kaufman
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Clementine L. Kaufman
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